Serial Killers True Crime Box Set: 6 Notorious True Crime Murder Stories

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Length: 11 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Bios & Memoirs, Criminals
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In the very depths of the human soul there is a darkness. It is an entity which most of us may never get to know; for others, however, this darkness grows for years until it takes hold of them and permeates every inch of their body. This darkness is evil incarnate, and it is in the hearts and minds of some of the most dangerous and despicable human beings to have walked this same earth we live in today.

Sometimes it can manifest as the desire to dominate the weak and the less fortunate; in others, it becomes an uncontrollable need for violence and death; another group turns this evil into pure hatred for those that they do not agree with, transforming dislike into the desire to spill blood.

Regardless of which group we are talking about, there are many of these individuals who soon evolve into the most deadly kind of monster: the serial killer.

In the following volumes, you shall discover the stories of six murderers so tainted by darkness that their horrific accounts still bring fear to men and women of our present day:

  • Edmund Kemper, the Co-Ed Killer, whose victims were mostly young, defenseless students.
  • The Briley Brothers, three siblings who were as mentally unstable as they were bloodthirsty.
  • Christopher Wilder, serial killer who mercilessly killed in two different continents.
  • John Christie, who lived a double life while killing cruelly and indiscriminately.
  • John Haigh or The Acid Bath Murderer, whose methods of disposing of victims made him infamous.
  • Joseph Paul Franklin, whose racist hatred fueled him into a deadly “cleansing of the world”, according to his own claims.

So listen to the sections of the volumes in this Serial Killers True Crime Box Set now, and begin exploring these tales that have been forged with the essence of hell itself - you may soon realize just how deep evil can plant its seeds within a human being....

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Great bundle

jack is one of the best in the true crime genre
I’m a avid reader of all things serial killers and I liked that this bundle deals with some of the lesser known
Interesting and well narrated highly recommended
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Fantastic

A fascinating look into a few of the world’s most famous serial killers. I especially loved the little debates at the end of each book in which the author contemplated whether each of the serial killers was indeed a “serial killer” or if they fit any other type of category. It was interesting also to hear that despite all the atrocities that the men committed that they were still all considered legally sane even while some of them went of their way to try and seem insane.

Fascinating information and the narration was spot on.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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A set of gruesome stories that keep you listening.

First, I have to start off by stating that I got this book free of charge in exchange for a review, but as I always state, this does not in any way impact my review. My reviews are always honest and my own.

This is yet another great read that’s really hard to put down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed account of some of the most horrific crimes.
Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of true crime, this book has something for EVERYONE, and something new.

I would highly recommend this read to all fans of the true-crime genre.

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Crazy stories and intense narration.

Wow, these stories are just crazy to hear. However, they are true and remind of the weirdness of the world. This book presents a fresh overview of each of the incidents, along with relevant background information: for context. I think the narrator especially did a great job. The details are so vivid and intense, it shows the amount of effort put into this book. In any case, it is a good true crime book.

This is a voluntary review; however, I received a review copy of this book for free.

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Gripping, detailed and captivating!

This book brings all the stories to life! The narration is just great. I especially love the way the stories unfold in a suspenseful manner, as this creates a kind of void for the listener to fill with their own imaginations and ideas about the perpetrator of the crime. The stories have a lot of depth too, and while I was familiar with a few, I got to view it from a new perspective as presented by the narrator.
Absolutely love it.

I received this book for free, and have left this review in exchange. I should note that this review is based on my own opinion, and it is voluntary.

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ok

decent stories, felt like some dragged on with a bit.
all in all, ok
decent 1 time listen

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Gruesome stories, but excellent narration.

It felt so real! The narration of this book fascinates me the most. I think a story is only as good as how it is told, and this book tells a detailed story; I think any true-crime lover would be glad to find this.

I received a free copy of this audiobook. While I have left a review in exchange, this review is based on my opinion and fascination with this book.

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absolutely amazing

perfect. couldn't stop listening to it. and when I wasn't I couldn't wait until I was again..

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I enjoyed the collections.

Decent collection of some notorious true crime cases. I enjoyed the purchase. I would recommend.

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Morbidly fascinating

I've listened to (and reviewed) Jack Rosewood crime audiobooks in the past, particularly anthologies that included a greater number of (shorter) stories. I enjoyed this box set much more than those other shorter-story anthologies. Why? Because each story here is long and detailed enough to delve into the backgrounds and motivations of the killers.

What I like least about any true crime stories is the level of gruesome details that are presented. I admit that I seem to have a 'gruesome threshold' that may be lower than other readers, possibly because I wonder about mentally unstable readers who might get pleasure from hearing the gory details of crimes. I like the 'why' details more than the 'what' details because I'm curious about human nature and what compels people to commit such violent crimes. In this box set, we learn about killers with very different backgrounds and motivations (or lack thereof). I don't dip into these kinds of stories often, but when I do, Jack Rosewood is typically among my top choices of true crime authors.

Because this is a box set compilation, the stories aren't narrated by the same person throughout, but that's fine. The narrators did a good job presenting the material factually without being over-enthusiastic in tone. I increased the playback speed to match my personal preference for a faster speaking pace.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • mrs m j grant
  • 11-19-19

The 1st narrator is very difficult to listen to

Good content and overall a good listen once you get past the 1st two chapters which are read by a narrator who tails off the end of each sentence like it's a question so that he sounds automated, and seems to mistake commas for full stops. Worth keeping with it until the next two narrators come on

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  • Lewis
  • 09-16-19

Intriguing and informative.

Crazy and creepy stories about extremely unstable people. The stories are told in documentary style, which is an informative narration of the subject.

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  • Kayleigh
  • 09-11-19

Detailed stories.

The details in these stories are everything. It goes to show how much work was put into making this book. It is a dark book, however, but a complete delight reading for a true crime fan like me.

I received a free copy of this audionook at my own request, and in exchange for this unbiased review.

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  • Emily
  • 08-22-19

Very Intriguing.

I was completely immersed in the narration of this book. Perhaps it's the stories or the way they were told, but I found myself wanting to know more! The details included in each story, and the way the narrator makes each case seem fresh is just fascinating. While these stories are about really vile individuals that have reached well into the dark side, the stories are set in a way that gives a short insight into the life of the killers. This way, the listener gets a somewhat understanding of the twisted mindset of the serial killer. Quite a scary venture, but not if you are fascinated by the crazy and weird.
Quite an excellent listen.

This book was freely given to me on my own request. This review is meant to give an idea of what this audio book is really about, and is not in any way coerced.

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  • Elizabeth Frounks
  • 06-05-19

Detailed and True

Oh boy did this not disappoint. I am fairly aware of a few of these crime stories, the one I knew the most was about Edmund Kemper, the Co-Ed Killer. Even knowing more about this particular case, there was so much included in this book that I learnt a lot more than I knew. The amount of research and detail gone into these is just incredible and I applaud everyone that worked on this. The narrators did an amazing job too.

There is so much information within this that it is a soon-to-be recommended book for my fellow crime friends. I hadn't expected as much depth and detail in these stories, so it was a very pleasant surprise.

*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.